Photo Comments Sex: Female Weight: 9 lbs.
Leave a treat for OREO (RIP 5/19/95 - 3/19/12)
Special Gift Box:
Missy, Oreo Cookie
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May 19th 1995
Black and White
Going outside, Lots of Love and Attention
Her siblings, Foster Kitties, not being able to go outside (too cold or rainy), being picked up, Kiss Kisses (she will dodge your lips)
Oreo is getting too old for toys, but she does like to kill outside creatures and leave them in the yard, much to her Mama's dismay. She got a whole litter of bunnies this year
Favorite Nap Spot:
On peoples laps, on the basement furniture
Can food day is twice a week :) :) :)
Killing bunnies and mice,
indoors and outdoors
My then husband and I went to the Humane Society one day to "look." (HA HA) We saw Oreo in a bottom cage with her little kitten siblings. We both held her and she was real sweet and loving. When we went to put her back, she took off running down the aisle as fast as her little kitty legs could take her. Right then, a worker came around the corner, saw her, and yelled "The kittens are not suppose to be out of their cages and running around on the floor." We hadn't even adopted her and she had us in trouble. So I snuck back the next day and filled out the adoption papers, then took her to my husband's office to surprise him.
When we adopted Oreo, we already had two male cats, Stinky and Pumpkin (who are in the toliet with her). Then later we found a stray we named Dutchess. When my husband and I divorced, he took Pumpkin and Dutchess, and I kept Stinky and Oreo. Stinky then died, and it was me and Oreo for a number of years. Those were hard emotional times for me, and Oreo helped me through it. Then I got remarried and we got Cookie who Oreo hated and who died at a year old from possible poison after she got out one day. After that we added Spooky and Quincy (UPDATE: and Mona and Bun Bun) to our household, and I began fostering cats and kittens. Oreo spends most of her time outside cause she does not like the other cats and foster kitties. I think it's because of her age and those years we spent when she was an only kitty. When she is in the house, she spends alot of time in the basement sleeping, then it's back outside. If she is upstairs, she is usually laying on Her people or on the back of the couch until Quincy chases her off. She loves it when you come outside with her and give her lots of attention. UPDATE 3/19/12 Oreo went to the Rainbow Bridge today. She had been up and down for months, and it was just her time. We will miss her greatly. She was a faithful companion and a wonderful kitty!! RIP sweet girl, we will see you again at the Bridge.
Let me out, get me away from them!!!
The Last Forum I Posted In:
Looking for easy to make dog treats
Favorite Web Sites:
Catster, of course, stuffonmycat.com (wayyy too funny), and Kindredkitties.org. Mama also likes peteducation.com for medical info for the foster babies.
I've Been On Catster Since:
|July 12th 2006
||More than 9 years!
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